Class on Demand offers classes for Apple Color
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Class on Demand offers classes for Apple Color

Class on Demand, a provider of professional educational products for creative markets, has announced that both "Basic Training for Apple Color" and "Advanced Training for Apple Color" are now available for pre-order.

The enhanced workflow of Color 1.5 for the newest Final Cut Studio release includes seamless round tripping, new high-quality format support, 4K and additional Red One support, direct import and grading of DPX files, and a variety of color surfaces. Led by Emmy-winning editor Steve Hullfish and 30-year color training veteran Bob Sliga, the new Class on Demand training courses guide both novice and experienced users through task-focused lessons that encompass all the newest features of the color grading software application.

"Basic Training for Apple Color" includes five hours of instruction. The project-focused training encompasses color grading elements ranging from "Primary Color Correction" to "The Other Color Rooms" and "Interfacing with Final Cut Pro."

"Advanced Training for Apple Color" includes four hours of instruction. Its lesson's are more technically in-depth for advanced color grading software users.

Until April 16, both "Basic Training for Apple Color" and "Advanced Training for Apple Color" are available to pre-order through the Class on Demand website (http://www.classondemand.com) for 10% off their original prices. They're regularly priced at US$69.99 and $99.99, respectively. Customers can also receive the discount when buying both training courses in a package bundle. Customers can type "colorme10" at checkout to receive the discount.

 
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